Albert Arnold Gore, Jr.
|Order:||26th General Moderator|
|Term of Office:||25 march, 2001 - 2011|
|Predecessor:||William Josiah Clinton|
|Date of birth:||31 March, 1948|
|Date of death:||N/A|
|Place of birth:||Georgetown, Ter Mair|
|Profession:||politician, journalist, writer, minister|
Albert Gore (born 1948) was the son of a prominent Whig politician and followed in his father's footsteps. In the Clinton Cabinet, the Senator from Tenisi served in several posts, including Foreign Secretary, Minister of Environmental Affairs and Minister of Health. In 2000, he was elected General Moderator (at least partially aided by the fact that the Progressive Conservative convention deadlocked on a candidate).
He is a proponent of the NeoLeft. During his term a series of disasters have occured, including the New Orleans Furacanoe, the Florida War, the massacre at Boris Hill and the destruction of the World Trade Towers in New Amsterdam. In January, 2008 he suffered a personal tragedy with the death of his only daughter, Philly Gore.
At least initially, his Cabinet included:
- Senator Josette Biden (Kent) as Foreign Secretary
- Senator Ion Edwards (Carolina) as Minister of Health
In the wake of the 2006 General Election, he was forced to accept Diane Rodham as Minister of Health, with Howard Provo as Minister of Justice. Ion Edwards has replaced Biden as Foreign Secretary. However, in 2008 Edwards resigned and Gore surprised everyone with choosing Deputy Rhoberth Bolton as his new Foreign Secretary. Almost exactly one year later, Provo's death as a result of the ongoing Signoret Crime War forced a cabinet reshuffle. Gore chose Bolton as the new Minister of Justice while moving Rodham to Foreign Affairs. The new Minister of Health became Racquel Maddow.
Gore has continued to have a troubled administration. The Watergap Scandal initially caused him and his supporters much trouple, but turned out instead to be a disaster for the Progressive Conservatives. In the wake of this he tried to pass UNICOV, a mandatory universal health care package that met with widespread opposition. By making the election of 2006 a general one he hoped to increase his majority in Parliament but instead forced him to accept a new coalition.
| Preceded by:|
William Josiah Clinton
General Moderatorship of the NAL-SLC
| Succeeded by:|